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The Battle of FLYMAGEDDON!

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The Battle of FLYMAGEDDON!

The Battle of “Flymageddon” After spending most of my horse ownership years at a boarding facility, and suddenly moving to my own property, it has come as quite a surprise just what it takes to carry on the “Battle of Flymageddon”. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve housed at barns that did zero, nada, nothing about fly control, and have personally (out of my own pocket) battled this obnoxious pest myself. Fortunately, I have learned a trick or three. However, moving onto a property with 1) no tractor 2) a herd of cows across the street 3) a herd of unkept...

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Blue Jay's Testimonial

Jody Webb

Blue Jay's Amazing Recovery! Before After BLUE JAY BEFORE July 2014 – DIAGNOSIS - Weight loss of 50 to 75 lbs. Stroke affecting taste, possible memory loss. Unresponsive and lethargic. Blood tests poor, showing signs of liver failure, poor kidney function and high toxicity throughout the body. Will not eat or drink. Syringe fed three times daily for almost 30 days. Severe tail loss. Will lose most of his mane within two weeks of this picture. Forelock down to wisps and 1” of length. Overall coat: Coat and skin condition poor and dull.   AFTER November 2014 – UPDATE: Up...

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Ashley Miller Testimonial

Jody Webb

Ashley Miller Testimonial

I was on the phone last week with one of your sales reps asking about shipping on one of the products I ordered, and during my discussions it was brought up that you guys haven't got a lot of feedback from customers on your sight. I thought I would sit down for a minute and give you some positive feedback. I  was introduced to your products through a lady that does holistic horse care that I have been working with for years. She turned me to your sight a year ago.  Up until a year ago all my horses where...

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Correcting Tension in the Poll

Jody Webb

I would have to say that one of the most common issues I run into with horses is hidden tension in the jaw and poll. Sometimes it’s a mental issue, and sometimes it’s a physical one. Issues at the poll are like having a very bad headache. It clouds your thinking, effects your ability to perform, and effects your attitude. Solving this issue can bring dramatic changes body wide. Some signs of tension in the poll are: *Not giving to the bit *Pulling on the reins *Ear/head sensitive to touch *Swelling and heat in the poll Here are a few...

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Positive Communications

Jody Webb

Have you ever heard the saying “You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar”? Sweetness is much more attractive than sourness. This certainly applies to training people as well as horses. Though there may (and will be) times for correction, rewards and praises carry their weight in gold. I’ve always learned reams of information from watching people. I watch other people take lessons, I watch training videos, I watch everything online that I can. Learning to see and read the cues of top level dressage riders is the hardest, because their goal is to have their cues NOT...

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